Again: teacher and course evaluations don’t tell you what you think they tell you

We’ve written extensively about this topic in More Myths about Learning and Education, our second myth book, but a new working paper by Vladimir Kogan, Brandon Genetin, Joyce Chen and Alan Kalishagain confirms again: student surveys don’t measure what you think they measure. Grades seem to be the biggest influence in this case – we […]

Again: teacher and course evaluations don’t tell you what you think they tell you — From experience to meaning…

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